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Muzzy Quick-Release Gar-Point

Item # 412647
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Key Features

  • Trocar tip for deep penetration

  • Stainless-steel ferrules

  • Dual barbs

  • Replaceable tip


Our Price   $10.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
muzzy This quick-release head features stainless-steel ferrules and Muzzy's famous Trocar tip for deep penetration through tough fish skin and bone. Dual barbs hold fish in place, keeping them from spinning off. A simple two turns of the tip allows the barbs to fold in the opposite direction and release the fish. Replaceable tip.

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  • Q:

    I cannot tell from the picture how the tip connects to the shaft. I am assuming it screws on to the arrow shaft? I know the black replacement tip screws on/off, but what about the whole tip? Thanks
    Asked on 6/29/2012 by rbampton from Missouri

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    • A:

      The whole tip is either glued or pinned in. When building my own arrows I usually place epoxy inside the tip then push it down on the arrow, then wipe off the excess. I've personally never had a problem with the points coming off with this method although for a super secure hold you could drill through the shaft where the hole in the point is and use a pin along with the epoxy.

      Answered on 11/4/2012 by WRundle from Texas
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